Charlie Tahan:
• 22 year old actor born in New Jersey
• Net Worth of $1 million
• Nominated for a Saturn Award in Best Performance by a Younger Actor for 'Charlie St. Cloud'
• Appeared in 'Wayward Pines', 'Gotham', 'Ozark' and 'Castle Rock'
• Hobbies include reading, playing guitar, drawing and traveling
• Favorite book is 'Kafka On The Shore' by Haruki Murakami
• Favorite film is 'The Emperor's New Groove'
• Favorite music artist is Arthur Russell
• Owns two pet dogs and cats
• Active on Instagram and Twitter

Who is Charlie Tahan?

Charles ‘Charlie’ Tahan was born on 11 June 1998 under the zodiac sign of Gemini, in Glen Rock, New Jersey USA. He is a 22-year-old actor, probably best recognized for landing the role of Ben Burke in the Fox dystopian sci-fi mystery thriller series “Wayward Pines” (2015-2016), playing a young Dr. Jonathan Crane a.k.a. Scarecrow in the Fox superhero crime drama series “Gotham” (2015-2017), and featuring as Wyatt Langmore in the Netflix original crime drama series “Ozark” (2017-present).

How rich is he, as of now? Charlie Tahan Net Worth

As of early 2021, Charlie Tahan’s net worth is over $1 million, acquired through his successful involvement in the film industry as a professional actor, who has garnered 35 television and film acting credits since he launched his career back in 2007.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background

Charlie Tahan spent his early years in his hometown of Glen Rock, where he was raised by his father Michael Tahan, whose profession remains a mystery, and his mother, Ellie Tahan, a professional dancer. His younger sister Daisy Tahan is also a successful actress, and he has an elder brother named Willie. He holds American nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. Regarding his education, Charlie attended Glen Rock High School.

Career Beginnings

According to his IMDB account, Charlie Tahan started pursuing his professional acting career in 2007 at nine years of age, when he made his debut appearance in the short drama film “High Falls”.

During the same year, he started getting more serious roles since he featured as little Jeff in the comedy-drama “American Loser”, alongside Seann William Scott, played Hank in Dex Decker’s comedy film “Once Upon A Film”, and portrayed Ethan in Francis Lawrence’s post-apocalyptic action thriller film “I Am Legend”, next to Will Smith and Alice Braga.

Thereafter, he landed the small role of a boy in Colin Marshall’s short comedy-drama film “Quality Time”, guest-starred as Ben Stockton in the episode “The Equation” of the Fox sci-fi series “Fringe”, and played Danny Willis in the romantic drama film “Nights In Rodanthe”, along with Richard Gere and Diane Lane, all in 2008.

Rise to Prominence

In 2009, Charlie Tahan had the part of William in the drama film “Love And Other Impossible Pursuits”, next to Natalie Portman and Lisa Kudrow.

In 2010, he portrayed Keith Burrows in the crime drama film “As Blood Runs Deep”, Tom Taylor in the horror-thriller film “Burning Bright”, and Sam St. Cloud in the fantasy drama film “Charlie St. Cloud”, which earned him a Saturn Award nomination for Best Performance by a Younger Actor. Afterwards, he was cast as Calvin Arliss in the 12th season of the NBC crime drama series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (2010-2011), which was followed by his guest-star appearance as Michael Keenan in the episode “Some Kind Of Hero” of the CBS police procedural drama series “Blue Bloods” (2011).

Charlie then provided the voice of Victor Frankenstein in Tim Burton’s 2012 animated supernatural horror comedy film “Frankenweenie”, which earned him the 2013 Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role – Feature Film – Young Actor.

It was accompanied by a two-minute short animated film, entitled “Captain Sparky Vs The Flying Saucers”, in which he reprised the role of Victor.

Continued Success

In 2013, Charlie Tahan was quite busy, since he landed the role of Michael in the Franco–American crime thriller film “Blood Ties” and played young Danny in Woody Allen’s comedy-drama film “Blue Jasmine”, alongside Alec Baldwin and Cate Blanchett. Later that year, he also featured as Bo Dawson in the black comedy crime film “Life Of Crime”, next to  Jennifer Aniston, and portrayed Andy in the horror-thriller film “The Harvest”, directed by John McNaughton. It was followed by his appearance as Joey Hull in the 2014 French-American romantic drama film “Love Is Strange”.

Charlie Tahan

Continuing with hardly a break, in 2015 Charlie gained enormous popularity after being selected to play Ben Burke in the Fox dystopian sci-fi mystery thriller series “Wayward Pines”, created by M. Night Shyamalan and based on the novels of the same title by Blake Crouch; he starred in the series for two seasons until it ended in 2016. He also landed the recurring role of a young Dr. Jonathan Crane, a.k.a. Scarecrow in several episodes of the Fox superhero crime drama series “Gotham” between 2015 and 2017. Concurrently, Charlie also starred as Warren in the comedy film “Wiener-Dog”, and played Billy in the short drama film “You Can Go”, both in 2016.

Further Work

Charlie Tahan’s next major role came when he portrayed Josh in the independent psychological thriller film “Super Dark Times” in 2017.

Later that year, he joined the main cast of the Netflix original crime drama series “Ozark”, created by Mark Williams and Bill Dubuque, and since then has has been starring in the role of Wyatt Langmore – the series was recently renewed for its fourth and final season, and has earned him two Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, which he shared with other cast members.

Side by side with filming “Ozark”, Charlie continued to work on other projects. In 2018, he guest-starred as Dean Merrill in three episodes of the Hulu psychological horror anthology series “Castle Rock”, and featured as Charlie in the comedy-drama film “The Land Of Steady Habits”.

It was followed by his portrayals of Ben in the comedy film “Poms”, and a family member in the music video film “III”, both in 2019. In the next year, he landed the roles of Michael in the comedy-drama film “Drunk Bus”, and Whitey in the short thriller film “Unsubscribe”, after which he guest-starred as Doug Timmins in the episode “Hairtrigger” of the CBS crime drama series “FBI: Most Wanted”, and Nick Smith / LoneWolf in the episode “Eugene, Oregon” of the Hulu drama anthology horror series “Monsterland”. Next up he’ll play Marcus in the upcoming mystery drama film “Kingfish”, which is currently under post-production.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Charlie Tahan has medium-long light brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 10ins (1.78m), while his weight is around 160lbs (72kgs). Information about his vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size isn’t available.

Personal Life, Hobbies, and Favorites

Charlie Tahan is very secretive when it comes to speak about his personal life – he’s has never been publicly linked romantically with any girl. It’s believed that he is single at the moment, and focused on his professional career, dividing his time between New York City and Los Angeles, California.

In his spare time, Charlie enjoys reading books and traveling around the world – his favorite book is “Kafka On The Shore” written by Haruki Murakami.

He also enjoys playing the guitar, drawing, and skating.

His favorite actors are Jim Carrey and John C. Reilly, and his favorite film is “The Emperor’s New Groove”. His favorite band is Blink-182, while his favorite music artist is Arthur Russell.

He is an avid animal lover and has two pet dogs and cats.


Robbie is currently a reporter for TheBiography based in Santa Monica, CA. Prior to joining TheBiography in December 2020, he was an entertainment reporter in People.

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